Courses Offered, 2017-2018

Below you will find the tentative schedule of courses that the philosophy department is offering during the 2017-2018 academic year. The "COLL" designations for the general education undergraduate curriculum apply only to students entering in Fall 2015 and after. Please check the course schedule for the most updated listing of courses to come. For a list of all the philosophy courses we offer, please see the relevant section in the undergraduate course catalog.

Summer 2017

Session I
PHIL 215  Right and Wrong in the Contemporary World/COLL 200 (Lemos) - W&M Campus
PHIL 303  Ethics/COLL 200 (Lemos) - W&M Campus
PHIL 306  Philosophical Problems: The Philosophy of Love and Friendship (Davies) - On-line

Session II
PHIL 210  Critical Thinking (Tucker) - On-line
PHIL 215  Right and Wrong in the Contemporary World/COLL 200 (Davies) - W&M Campus

 Fall 2017

PHIL 100  Critical Questions/COLL 100 Freedom (Goldwater, Costelloe)
PHIL 100  Critical Questions/COLL 100 Knowledge and Reality (Griffith)
PHIL 100  Critical Questions/COLL 100 Good God, Bad World? (Tucker)
PHIL 150  First-Year Seminar in Phil/COLL 150 Life and Death (Ekstrom)
PHIL 150  First-Year Seminar in Phil/COLL 150 Responsibility and Human Agency (Davies)
PHIL 205  Meaning in Life/COLL 200 Meaning in Life (Goldwater)    
PHIL 210  Critical Thinking/COLL 200 Critical Thinking (Tucker)
PHIL 215  Contemp Moral Issues/COLL 200 Right & Wrong in Contemp World (Vance)
PHIL 231  Greek Philosophy (Lemos)
PHIL 252  17th & 18th-C. Philosophy /COLL 200 17th & 18th C. European Philosophy (Radcliffe)
PHIL 301  Symbolic Logic (Vance)
PHIL 303  Ethics/COLL 200 (Costa)
PHIL 304  Aesthetics (Costelloe)
PHIL 306  Philosophical Problems: Modern German Critical Thought (Leventhal)
PHIL 310  Philosophy of Law (Swenson)
PHIL 325  Neuroscience & Ethics/COLL 200 (Haug)
PHIL 335  Philosophy of Language (Gert)
PHIL 403  Advanced Seminar/Value Theory (Lemos)
PHIL 415  Advanced Seminar/Metaphysics and Epistemology (Gert)

Spring 2018

PHIL 100  Critical Questions/COLL 100 What Are We? The Human Self (Ekstrom)
PHIL 100  Critical Questions/COLL 100 Freedom  (Vance, Goldwater)
PHIL 150  First-Year Seminar in Phil/COLL 150 Emotion, Reason, and Value (Radcliffe)
PHIL 150  First-Year Seminar in Phil/COLL 150 Mind, Meaning, and Morality (Haug)
PHIL 150  First-Year Seminar in Phil/COLL 150 Philosophy of Technology (Goldwater)
PHIL 205  Meaning in Life/COLL 200 Meaning in Life (Costelloe)
PHIL 210  Critical Thinking/COLL 200 Critical Thinking (Goldwater)
PHIL 215  Contemp Moral Issues/COLL 200 Right & Wrong in the Contemporary World (Davies)
PHIL 215  Contemp Moral Issues/COLL 200 Right & Wrong in the Contemporary World (Cosans)
PHIL 232  Medieval Philosophy (Vance)
PHIL 253  Kant & his Successors (Griffith)
PHIL 303  Ethics/COLL 200 (Tucker)
PHIL 305  Social & Political Philosophy/COLL 200 (Freiman)
PHIL 306  Philosophical Problems: Biomedical Ethics (Costa)
PHIL 308  Environmental Ethics (Swenson)
PHIL 313  Philosophy of Science (Davies)
PHIL 321  Existentialism (Costelloe)
PHIL 403  Advanced Seminar/Value Theory: Global Justice (Costa)
PHIL 415  Advanced Seminar/Metaphysics & Epistemology (Griffith)
PHIL 460  Advanced Seminar/Philosophy (Swenson)

You can also see previous course offerings here.